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irst they reduce the electrical energy, so the Tinhorn Flats workers connected mills.
Subsequent, metropolis officers padlocked the doorways. Workers used saws to chop them off.
When town lastly erected a chain-link fence across the Burbank, Calif., bar and grill this spring, Baret Lepejian’s son, Lucas, arrange a meals truck exterior.
For months, when state and metropolis leaders ordered all California bars and eating places closed throughout the peak of the coronavirus pandemic, Tinhorn Flats opened. For folks with COVID-19 fatigue, the cowboy bar with swinging saloon doorways grew to become a refuge.
However with California lastly set to completely reopen by mid-June, Tinhorn Flats …